Sporty belt for wearing on the hips with an adjustable strap.
Has two pockets and protection for the smartphone screen, it is waterproof.
– Comfortable belt for phone, paks. Phone diagonal: 5.5″
– Blue color," fast "scratch-resistant
– Material made TPU-Lycra
– 2 big pockets
– Hole for headphone cable
– Reflective strap
SPIbelt Kids Belt: No-Bounce Belt with Hole for Insulin Pump, Medical Devices or Headphones for Active Kids!
- Perfect for children who need medical supplies such as inhalers or epipens.
- Sturdy buckle and construction for even the most active user.
- No Bounce, Waterproof, Dual Pocket, Fitness & Travel Belt!
- He loves wearing it and I enjoy having the piece of mind that he won’t get to far away from his dexcom.
- It fits my 2 year old 35lb son perfectly with plenty of room to grow.
- Very sturdy well made materials and doesn’t interfere with any of his daily rough and tumble activities.
- Diabetes sucks but this product definitely makes it a little easier.
- Our daughter was diagnosed at just 18 months old with T1D, and I had been ordering “pump packs” that were hand sewn and secured around the waste with velcro.
- They did the trick but would wear and became quite pricey and I would purchase 4 at a time.
- It houses the animas pump nicely and the fit is perfect for our now 5 year old.
- I can tell already that this product will last much longer and not wear out so quickly.
- My son keeps this with two epipens in it, in his front pack of his backpack with a zipper pull identifying that compartment.
- He can’t fit two in his little pocket, and at school he has the backpack and the nurse and coach have one too.
- This quickly snaps around his waist if he finds that he has left his normal one at home.
- My four year old son used this for the first time on a trip to Disney and Universal recently.
- It was our first time trying out self carrying and he didn’t complain at all about wearing it.
- The buckle is small, which is biggest problem I saw with some of the cheaper options – a huge buckle.
- My son(1 years old) was able to run around with this on his back and didn’t even notice it was there.
- We stuck his Dexcom receiver for his G5 Diabetes transmitter in this pouch.
- It is really hard to shove two pens and Benadryl packets in it.
- This gives her the freedom to enjoy the outdoors without me hovering holding a bag with what she needs.
- She can continue Girl Scout activities, outdoor youth group things, and regain some of her independence.
- I eventually want to get a water proof pouch but that will come later.
- After about 10 months, it rubbed a large hole where his insulin pump sits.
- The belt stretched out after about 6 months so it doesn’t fit tight anymore.
- It also makes it to where the zipper faces his body, not outward like it’s supposed to so it makes it a pain to get to his pump.
- My son does love wearing it though and has never complained that it’s uncomfortable, even while sleeping.
- It makes it easy to keep track of his Dexcom and keeps it from falling to ground out of a pocket!<
- We had tried a few others and my daughter loves this one.
- It did not stand up to the rigours of daily use and ripped within the school year.
Augusta Sportswear Elastic Baseball Belt, One Size
- The Boys’ elastic Baseball belt features nickel-finished hardware, a width of 1 1/2 inches, and matching color embossed vinyl tabs with an adjustability slider.
- The heavy duty belt with elastic webbing hits for the cycle of durability, comfort, fashion and reliability.
- Match it with your team’s Unis, and go yard with style and Grace.
- My son has a few of different colors depending on what color his team t-shirt is for the season and he likes them a lot.